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Guides & Tutorials: Special Topics

Portland & Oregon

Historic photograph of Portland Oregon

Portland & Oregon Guide

This guide will provide you with information and sources to support research on Portland and the state of Oregon.

Image: Portland, Oregon with Mt. Hood (date unknown). OSU Special Collections & Archives

Immigration

image of airport immigrationImmigration Guide

Immigration is a multidisciplinary topic, involving areas as diverse as political science, education, business, and even language and literature. This guide will help you begin your research regarding immigration through the libraries' collections and beyond.

Culturally Responsive Teaching

Culturally Responsive & Inclusive Curriculum Resourceswordcloud

This guide is meant to help faculty at PSU find information and resources that will help them begin to create courses and curriculum that are more culturally responsive to and inclusive of our students. This guide is a response to the Curriculum Committees' new requirements in regards to culturally responsive courses and programs. 

Open Educational Resources

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Open Educational Resources

A guide to finding open educational resources for PSU faculty.

Malheur Occupation

Joe Oliver on horseback, Grant County, OregonMalheur Occupation Guide

The purpose of this guide is to provide current and historical resources regarding the Occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in 2016. 

Image: Joe Oliver on horseback, Grant County, Oregon. OSU Special Collections & Archives

Elections & Politics

Political cartoon of candidate TaftElection & Politics Guide

Elections are the benchmark of the democratic political process. This guide is a good starting place for any research needs on elections in the US and beyond. It includes various web and print resources in presidential, federal, state, local and world elections.

Image: Taft's Summer Schedule. Berryman Political Cartoon Collection, compiled 1896 - 1949. National Archives.